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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - May 1, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL FORECAST Partly cloudy and warm with isolated afternoon and evening thunderstorms today scattered thunder storms and windy Thermometer Readings 8 9 10 11 12 1 74 79 83 86 83 86 Complete Weather Report on Market Ho me of the Daily Sun and SemiWeekly Mornintf 281 LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL AP TELEMATS MAY PAGES Bonu egular rowh ConS to 25 ceri Hogs Steady PRICE FIVE CENTS 4 HAULED FROM HOME AFTER Catherine 60yearold is lowered from the third floor of her home in after a threehour siege In which she hurled tear gas grenades and fired several shots from a shotgun at police and firemen trying to get her from her barricaded AP WIrephoto NEW May 1 vid president of the United of toa union expected to get good share of the steel industrys current nearrecord profits for McDonald told a news con feence that in the first quar ter of this the Steel had one of the most fab ulous profit periods in its his torj What is true of Steel ie equally true of the second largest steel Bethle Port Houston Securi Tight May 1 ff The Houston Chronicle said today Port Houston security measures as tight as those of the Korean War days are being enforced here by the Coast Port security officers would not discuss the matter but the Chronicle said the stricter meas ures are being applied only to ships which have called at ports behind the Iron Curtain within six months prior to arrive at A Polish ship now in the was cited as an ex Newlypainted signs reading restricted area stand at inter vals alongside the Four Coast Guardsmen stand watch aboard and two more man a 40foot patrol boat which cruises back and forth in the turning basin near the Anyone boarding the vessel is lequired to show a port security Seamen come and go but must show their identity which are checked against a list of the hem Steel he The whose 171mem Policy Committee is meeting here to map Jts nego tiations with major steel com panies starting next has said it will ask substantial wage increases and other ben seeking to estab lish a case that the industry can afford the said Steel net profits were roll ing in at an annual rate of the highest for a year since As for the Bethlehem he said the first quarter report showed net profits of double the first quarter of He repeated his contention that the industrys high profits meant it could absorb a sub stantial improvement in wage fringe benefits without raising steel See Page 2 Outlook Gloomy For Argentina BUENOS May 1 Arturo Frondizi to day delivered a gloomy state of the nation message and pledged to push his unpopular austerity program for economic slabili In an annual message to a joint session of the Argentine Frondizi admitted his government has not yet achiev ed the aims of internal peace and stability outlined when he took office a year ago He charged Communists and hackers of former dictator Juan IA Peron with promoting chaos and CUBANS WILL FACE TRIAL IN HOMELAND r Leader Asserts He Was Informed Revolt Prepared PANAMA May 1 UPI The Organization of American States said today the foreign invaders of Panama have agreed to surrender un conditionally at The news the rebels had agreed to surrender was tele phoned to Uruguayan Ambas sador Julio acting council chairman of the who is in by Am bassador Lobo of head of an OAS commission flown here to investigate the situa Appears Over It looks like its all Lacarte told UPI in Washing The five nation investiga tion commission in Panama will supervise the surrender of the rebelheld village of Nombre De Under the terms of the the rebels were to turn over their weapons to military observers with the OAS It was reported Cubans among the invading forces would be returned to their homeland and See Page 2 Godfrey Takes News Of Cancer In Good Style noved ncer it he NEW May Arthur Godfrey today took the news that the tui i from his left lung ous in good showed concern over the pos sibility of a spread of the Did you get it all out he we think we a surgeon The 55yearold radio and television entertainer confessed to a friend who visited him later that the aftereffects of the op eration hurt like Doctors said it could not be known at this time whether the cancer had been discovered and removed before it could spread to other parts of the Can cer is considered cured if there has been no recurrence within five years of Its arrest or Three surgeons removed tumor and the upper half of Godfreys lung in a fivehour operation yesterday at Colum biaPresbyterian Medical They waited until he recover ed strength before telling him that he had a possibility that he confessed before the op See Page 2 DALLAS JUDGE DIES DALLAS Judge Dwight died early today apparently of a heart Before becoming a he worked for 15 years as one of the nations top FBI Michi other chaos By GEORGE WEEKS May 1 skipped an payday today as fiscal lowered the states em morale and threatened to do the same to its It appeared the worst was yet to No compromise on a cash crisis solution was in sight between Mennen Wil liams and the GOPcontrolled Were hoping for the and preparing for the Williams Williams called his cabinet into session to approve a procla mation telling bankers the state will not default on its full faith and credit But the executive branch stood firm on its decision to halt to days pay to the judicial Thet legislature was cut off Thursday and some other state employes face a payless next A wave of protests and unpaid bills hit the capital as a result of an order halting most pay ments from the general College presidents were con cerned about faculty and contractors de manded State employes were resigned to a payless payday but balked at paying for gas to run state The pinch hit police who chase criminals and the prison attend ants who guard Williams set up seven task forces to assess the impact of the fiscal Attorney General Paul Ad ams said travel expenses posed on of the most acute We have some agents who spend to a month for Adams And what about the prison guards who must transport inmates State Controller James Miller warned some contractors may sue or break How do we buy postage stamps Miller I dont think we can buy on credit from Uncle Miller said the state probably will lose some of the vendors who supply it with in Including food for prisons and The University of Michigan said it is over one million dol lars behind in its payments to vendors and There is much uneasiness and said Van president of the Michigan College of Mining and Techno Thomas vice president of Michigan State said recent events have had deleterious effects on the morale of the The president of Western Michigan Paul San said the reputation of Michigan has become such that the retaining of the present fac ulty and the recruitment of new staff is becoming a major prob Williams did not appoint a task force for Liaison with the He said he didnt think there was much The sixterm Democratic gov ernor has been accusing the legislature of using a black jack on him by insisting any solution to the immediate prob lem be tied in with a hike in the use Williams was asked what wea pon he intended to If theres a stronger stick than public morality and good I dont know what it Williams ummit REFUSES IKE The Chamber of Commerce in dustrial committee began the marshalling of of its members on new and better ways to go about attracting new payrolls to the city at the first of a scries of monthly meet ings Members agreed to a sugges tion of Chairman Louis Gibson they continue similar ideadis cussion meetings for the next three or four months to arrive at a feasible plan in lights of suggestions received at Thurs days meeting along with recom mendations which may spring up as the group goes Chanman Gibson said they Need Officers To Quiet School Board Session May 1 Over 60 sheriffs deputies went to suburban Aldine late Thursday night as a nearriot broke out at an emergency school board meeting called after teachers voted a second time in two i weeks not to work without Three minority members took refuge in a rest two of them received minor Several persons rushed toward the high school auditorium pulled two board mem bers from the platform and struck them with Two of the three tables the board had used were tumbled from the The injured members were Robert Whitmarsh and Harry The third minority Carl es caped the stage when the trouble The special meeting had been called after teachers of the school district voted 16912 to leave their jobs until enough money is in sight to assure that all personnel will be paid through the end of the fiscal A similar vote shut the school down two weeks ago but the Legislature passed a bill authorizing the district to See Page 10 AngloAmerican Satellite Due May 1 is planning to send a British American earth satellite Into London newspapers re ported The decision to precede with the space program was taken Friday at a meeting of Prime Minister Macmillan and his top the reports The Daily Telegraph said the pro gram would cost between 28 and 56 million The newspaper said indica tions were that the satellita would be propelled by Britains range Blue Streak missile and that the satellite it self would be American and its instruments inside really had no red hot prospect to but had called the meeting primarily for the pur pose of sounding out members on the formation of a definite plan of action in dealing with future industrial Turning out for the session were Jane Dave Matt John Bob Maurice Walter Sam Wer Joe Louis Embry Ferguson and Manager Dick In response to the chairmans Ferguson submitted sev eral recommendations in writ ing which he noted incorporat ed ideas of his companys indus trial development along with those of other in dustrial development organiza tions and utilities and He proposed the creation of three subcommittees A Pros pect Development B Indus See Page 10 Court Business Mainly Routine Friday Session Routine business was disposed of in the iegular first of the month meeting of the Navarro county commissioners court Fri day Following a breif commissioners went to the MildredEureka community center for A second ses sion was scheduled for Friday The unanimously ap proved tax certificates of can cellation presented by Ethel tax assessorcollec The certificates were for double renditions on certain properties which had been ren dered twice for various What the court did was ap proved the removal or cancella tion of the extra County Judge Kenneth Doug las suggested the court endorse a bill now before the legislature which would allow the along with other taxing to accept free property trans portation from truck ing companies and other com mon But the court to vote on the Judge See Page 2 Ashs Ruling On Poll Signatures May 1 UP Tax AssessorCollector Carl Smith is seeking a legal opinion on whether he can require the signatures of Harris County residents on poll tax Smith said he is holding up a printing order for receipts and exemptions until he receives an opinion from County Joe If the law permits me to re quire the signature of the I will make the he May Western foreign ministers have agreed to hold a united line against Russian attempts to split the Berlin problem from an overall German Informed sources said The sources said Secre tary of State Christian Herter and the French and West German foreign ministers reached this firm decision dur ing their day and a half con ference which ended They agreed that the pack age plan involving Ger many and general European security which they will hand Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko at Geneva May 11 will be put forward as a single Diplomatic sources predicted Russia would make just enough concessions at Geneva to force a summit meeting later this The United France and West Germany agreed that a meeting of heads of state is almost inevitable but the sources said only Britain really wants the meeting and believes it will ease EastWest The division became appar ent at the newly completed foreign ministersconference de spite an optimistic announce ment the Western Big Four had reached complete agreement on a package plan to be handed to the French Premier Michel in a major foreign policy state ment to the Kational Assembly Thursday said the agree ment included a decision to boycott a summit conference if Russia wanted the West to capitulate on Berlin and Ger See Page 10 Daniel Blames Lobbyists For Finance Crisis May 1 Price Daniel charged today that an arrogant group of lobbyists Is responsible for the failure of the Legislature to solve the states financial You are witnessing today in Austin a real battle for states rights and fair treatment of our people against the onslaught of the interstate gas pipeline com panies and other he Daniel said those corporations have contributed greatly to ward the impasse which will ap parently prevent the Legislature from solving the financial needs of the state before the 120day session The governor addressed an allservice club He al so received an honorary doctor of laws degree at East Texas Baptist Daniel praised representatives for rejecting state income and general sales But he warned that it will require courage on the part of legislators and activo support from the people at the grass roots to keep the lobbyists for the vested interests of Wall Street and Madison Avenue from causing complete failure to meet our state responsibili ties unless the new taxes are placed on family budgets rather than their own corporations which are most able to May 1 UPI Prices received by farmers for crops and livestock remained unchanged for the month ended April but farm production and living costs rose onethird of one per cent to a record The Agriculture Department reported that the Index of prices paid out by farmers soar ed to 299 per cent of the 191014 base The index was nearly 2 per cent higher than in while the index of prices receiv standing at 244 per cent of Quiz Parents After Childs Bo Located Public Gets First Chance To Air Views May 1 pub lic will have Its first crack Monday at the 56th Legisla tures main tax The proposed increase in na tural gas production tax and de crease in sulphur tax be the main items before the Senate State Affairs The bill never had a public hearing In the The Rev enue and Taxation Committee took two minutes to pass it out from a Originally it would have pro duced 290 million dollars for the state over the next two As passed by the House the bill would net only about 77 Both Houses are in their next to last weekend recess of the regular No date haa been Bet for the inevitable spe cial session although most re ports predict Daniel will call it for May 18 or The reg ular session is scheduled to end May The proposed increase on gas lifts the production tax from seven to eight per Daniel wants a three per cent The one per cent increase will col lect about six million The sulphur tax Is decreased from to a long ton to the level of the Louisiana Proponents said the step will increase sulphur production here and in the long run pro vide more money for the Members of the Legislature were on hand Thursday night to honor George acting governor for a A banquet and three recep tions highlighted the festivities for the president pro tempore uf the Most committee sessions are Gulp Krue ger of El Campo said he would hold a Game and Fish Commit tee meeting Tuesday morning to get action on the Housepassed shrimp conservation Representatives passed Thurs day on voice vote a maximum work week law for Texas fire men and policemen and sent it to The Texas Municipal League attacked the bill on grounds the Legislature had no business obli gating cities to pay overtime wages without furnishing any Also sent to Daniel was a Senate measure creating the Texas Coordinating Commis sion on Welfare and It will study welfare and health programs in an effort to elimi See TAX Paee 2 May 1 bruisecovered body of a threeyearold girl who had been missing since Tuesday was found late Thurs day by youngsters playing cow boys and Police said today they believed she had been blonde Sharon Gross dressed but was found beneath the front porch of a dilapidated house nearly three miles from her Several hours blood stained childrens clothes were found in a cellar wash tub of the Grossman Laboratory tests were planned to find out if there was any connection with Sharons Sharons Robert said the three Grossman children often had He said his was apt to pick up any piece of clothing at hand to wipe away the Medical examiner Milton Schulz said Sharon had not been sexually but evidence pointed to Further post mortem examination and toxicological tests wore belntf made to determine the exact cause of he Search of the Grossman home also turned up lengths of wire which detectives said matched See Page 2 Bethlehem Says Earnings Soar NEW May 1 Bethlehem Steel said today earnings soared to equal to a in the first quarter this Directors declared a dividend of 60 cants a common payable Juno 1 to stockholders of record May This the same as paid in previous quar the base was 5 per cent below the same Farmers returns in midApril averaged 82 per cent of unchanged from The rise in production costs was not enough to increase the Parity was 5 per cent above the level for midApril a year But this compari son was not an exact yardstick because at the end of the Department changed the method of computing The new method put the parity ratio somewhat higher than It was under the old Parity is the price needed to put commodities sold by farm ers on a par with the cost of See FARM Page 10 Treasury Will Seek Billions May treasury says it will try to raise in May through ofrthreo issues of shortterm Toy officials also indicated they may ask congress to in crease the 4 14 per cent inter est ceiling on bonds unless the money market Sale of the new securities ts designed to obtain funds to cover redemption of of securities maturing May 15 plus to meet seasonal cash The new issues Include of 340day bills to be dated May 11 and to ma ture April Investors may submit bids May of 221day tax anticipation bills to be dated May 15 and to mature See Pago 10 Herfer To Make epori On Paris May of State Christian Herter will mako a radio television report to the nation next Thursday night on Allied strategy for the Big Four con ference May 11 at Horters scheduled an nounced by the White was expected to serve two prin cipal purposes will introduce to the na tionwide audience the 64year old diplomat who will be Presi dent Elsenhowers foreign poli cy quarterback for the remain der of his will summarize for the American people and the world the basic Issues at stake in the forthcoming talks on the Ber lin reunification of Ger many ftnd European Claims Personal Attacks Spoil Mission Hopes By WILLIAM THEIS May 1 Clare Boothe Luce regretfully resigned today as ambassador to saying she could not undertake the mis sion because of the extraordi narily ugly charge made against her in the Senate fight over her Luce turned down a per sonal plea by President Eisen hower that she Ei senhower accepted her decision with regret after an hourlong session at the White tetter Barbed The ladydiplomat said in a barbed letter of resignation that the charges hurled by her chief Wayne Morse CD made It no longer possi ble for me to accomplish the mission which you have en trusted to The news was received with mixed reaction in the Senata which had voted 79 to 11 in her favor only last after Morse had questioned her com petency for the Reaction Mixed Some members said she show ed good judgment in Others joined Eisenhower in pressing There was no immediate com ment Department at See Page 10 Capeharf Eyes Censure Hove ainsi Hone May Homer Capehart R said today the Senata should censure Wayn Morse for his at tacks on Clare Bootha Capehart told a hurriedly called news conference he would confer with other senators decide next week what action to take to set the censure action into He said Morse went far beyond what any senator should do in calling Luces doc tor being a knew it was illegal and that the doctor could not give the requested like Morse a mem ber of the Senate Foreign Re lations said Morses attacks on Luce and the Oregon Democrats actions In the matter were the height oE irresponsibility on the part of a senator and the Senate should take The Indiana Republican said the late Joseph McCar thy was censured for a lot When reporters noted that McCarthys actions were con demand by tho Senate rather than Capehart said See Page 10 German Troops March May 1 More than West Berlin era turned ont for a May Day Freedom Rally today to shout defiance at Communist troops and guns parading a mile away East Police said it was the largest crowd ever assembled in the Western zone of the divided The East Berlin counterpart of May Day celebration featured an Illegal parade of Communist armed troops who goosestepped down Unter den Linden in a manner reminiscent of Nazi The East Berlin Communists ignored a fourpower ban on German military demonstrations in The Communist troops marched past Red dlgna taries who demanded that the Western Allies evacuate the free world outpost of West It was believed the West would file a protest with the Soviets over the East German military display but the Rus sians have rejected past protests on grounds East Germany is a sovereign West Berlin Mayor Willy Brandt told the crowd of more than half a million persona In West Berlin that the city never would accept a Big Four decision that would allow the Communist to swallow Went The under a banner that said Berlin will remain heard Brandt demand that the Western foreign minis ters at Geneva Insist on keep ing their right of free access to Berlin through the Soviet is not the name Inflexibility and we may hope that every halfway serious chance is Brandt but there Is no sense in the West making with out receiving in return some thing Brandt rejected Soviet Pre mier Nikita Khrushchevs pro posal that Soviet troops he giv en occupation rights in West Berlin along with the Big saying Russia could claim no rights in Went Berlin without giving the West the same rights in East Walter vice pres ident of the told the rally that American labor and the American people will stand by West Berlin because when May Soviet Communish celebrated May Day today with a seven minute military tho shortest since the The emphasis was on peace and pros In past years the military sec tion of the parade was a show case of Community military Today it wan a token dis play and despite brilliant warm weather no aircraft were flown overhead and there were no Picked units of all the armed in whits gloves and kneelength goosestepped past Soviet Premier Nikita vice Premier tas Mikoyan and other mem bers of the ruling The military weapons weri confined to rocket antiaircraft field gum and amphibious personnel car Even a 10minute speech by Marshal Rodion Mallnovsk the defense was voted mainly to glorifying achievements and promises Oj the sevenyear plan aimed at outatripping America econoni Sea page 3 A j I VH a t L   

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